Sale 18PH01 | Lot 21

[DAGUERREOTYPE-PORTRAIT] Two sixth-plate portrait daguerreotypes, both signed.

Catalogue: Photographs

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Lot 21
[DAGUERREOTYPE-PORTRAIT] Two sixth-plate portrait daguerreotypes, both signed.
Comprising [Woman with long curls]. Bath, Maine?: [Benjamin Franklin?] Upton, likely 1850s. Housed in a molded leather case with the mat stamped "Upton." Generally in bright condition, case cover detached but present; Together with [Two women]. New York?: Baldwin, circa 1855. Housed in a molded leather case with the mat stamped "Baldwin." A generally bright image.
Baldwin (above) could be one of several daguerrians; without a first initial it is impossible to be certain which.


Estimate: $400 - $600
Sold for $250 (includes buyer's premium)

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Estimate: $400 - $600
Sold for $250 (includes buyer's premium)

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